A young Carmelite nun in Lisieux, France was asked by her Mother Superior to write down the story of her life. She obeyed, and her simple but deep spirituality -- the "Little Way" -- has encouraged many people to deepen their relationship with God.
St. Therese of Lisieux (Therese Martin) died at the age of 24. She has been named one of the thirty-three Doctors of the Church, for the profoundness of her teachings.
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I really appreciate this audiobook. I have tried to listen to this on YouTube but the monotone voices on many of the Catholic audiobooks on YouTube are so dry... I like her expression and pace.
October 10, 2020 Subject:
Review of Audio book
October 28, 2019 Subject:
Beautifully read, so that the deep spirituality of St. Therese came alive for me.
What a life-changing experience. Thank you Little Flower.
What a gifted reader.
May 22, 2013 Subject:
I don't know who this reader is but she did an EXCELLENT job! It is not only a pleasure to hear, but she reads slowly enough to hear it all, to meditate on Therese's words and just brings it to life. It's as if I'm listening to Therese herself!
August 20, 2009 Subject:
Just my 2 cents
Female reader with a very pleasant and appropriately expressive voice.
Spoken text does not seem to match 100% my hardcopy of the book, but it could be variations in translations.